Amazing guy! Snowden is my second most favorite person in the world.

  1. Ah_Yea says:

    And I am the first, … or third??

  2. Dualy says:

    I say we repatriate him and give him free lifetime room and board – in Leavenworth.

  3. bobbo, the pragmatic existential evangelical anti-theist says:

    Snowden has been impressive every time I have heard him speak. Julian Assange too, but somehow in a more creepy way.

    Hard to rise above the muck when you are busy slogging your way through it.

    Its a balance between freedom and safety. Like Obama smoking pot but not legalizing it, too many leaders call for the safety while exercising freedom by way of their privilege. (Think Hillary)

  4. raintrees says:

    Glen Greenwald? Zimmerman: “Go find another journalist…” Priceless…

  5. JCjr says:

    From StartPage?

    Makers of browser hijackers and trojans? The ones that use Google as their search results?

    Are you freaking kidding me?!

    I didn’t even watch the rest of the video after I heard that.

  6. De Summeryard (That's "Ed Snow-den" in reverse for you mindless troglodites) says:

    Every time I see a story like this I want to SCREAM! Edward Snowden is only symptom of a much larger problem — COMPLACENCY!

    Here’s the deal. If you make a person work for something that has no tangible reward then it will never get done (unless there’s a threat of pain or death, that is). This rule of human behavior applies especially with one’s liberty and freedom!

    Edward Bernays (a different Ed) was quite right – humans are mindless animals motivated only by what they can see and touch. Therefore, any time one’s ability to collect tangible assets is threatened like their freedom to go out and do something like work will you see stories like this. (Yes, it is a bit of a logical stretch to connect the dots between Edward Snowden’s situation and something as esoteric as “freedom,” but it is there.)

    … Meanwhile, Windows 10 Hoovers up all the data — and I mean ALL of it! (For all the little underwear drawer sniffers at the NSA to chuckle at.) Even Apple and Google do it too — for money! And still no story or blog or anything mentioning the serious abuse of all this data collection from Dvorak! Could that why we never see JCD post comments here?

    • bobbo, the pragmatic existential evangelical anti-theist says:

      “If you make a person work for something that has no tangible reward……………”


      Alex: I’ll take “What is a paycheck” for $400.

  7. MikeN says:

    Snowden was a patsy used to hide the Russian mole in NSA.

  8. IM78 says:

    Marc – The first name of Mr Snowden is Edward not Edwards


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